May Baby Goat Field Trips

IMG_9468May brings with it the beginning of weaning the babies.  Make sure to take advantage of this last opportunity to bottle feed the goats.

Each trip is 1 hour in length and gives all attendants the ability to bottle feed the babies. If the weather is nice you are welcome to spend time with the other farm critters.

In order to keep the noise down and allow everyone the ability to feed the goats (without over feeding them) we only have room for a maximum of 20 people during each time slot.

May is also the beginning of our Chickens: Eggs and Meat farm tours.  This tour includes learning about meat chickens, seeing them graze in chicken tractors, gathering eggs, seeing different colors, types of chickens, and chicks.  We discuss differences in caged, cage-free, free range, and pasture raised as well as other sustainable farming practices.

You are welcome to reserve a spot for one or both tours and stay and play/bring a lunch between the time slot.  Each tour is $5 per person (2yr and under free).  If it rains we will move the tours indoor to the barn.

Reservation requests can be made via phone or email. An invoice will be emailed to you via PayPal at time of request. Once payment is received your date will be reserved. If a cancellation is received 48 hours prior to your reserved date, a full refund will be given (minus transaction fees). If the cancellation is received after 48 hours from your reserved date no refund will be given.

Rain: We do not cancel due to rain.  Babies still need to eat and we have a clean dry barn so you will have time and space to feed and cuddle the babies even if it is wet outside.

Our farm is located 4 miles north of Lake Cunningham off of Dutch Hall Rd. We are approximately 30 minutes from Offutt AFB. Directions will be emailed to you after reservations are confirmed.

Our farm is the only certified “Home Grown by Heroes” farm in Omaha, Nebraska. We provide pasture raised broiler chickens, pasture raised eggs, raw goats milk, goat milk soap, and the only spring Rent-a-Chick education program.

Please make sure to come in farm appropriate attire. Although we strive to keep things “clean” this is a working farm and can be dirty. Hand sanitizer is provided in the barn along with water from the hose. You are welcome to use the bathroom in our house as we do not have one separate for the business.

To reserve your day/time we need the following information: Name, number of people attending, ages of children, requested day/time, contact email and contact phone number.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Blessings,

Anthony & Mariel Barreras and family

(c)931-216-8389

 

May  (Times crossed out are full)

Monday 1st  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Tuesday 2nd  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Tuesday 9th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Thursday 11th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Friday 12th, Military Spouse Appreciation Day Event 3-7pm

Saturday 13thAvery Presbyterian Church Private Party (AM), Offutt Private Party (PM)

Tuesday 16th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Thursday 18th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Friday 19th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Saturday 20th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Tuesday 23rd  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Thursday 25th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Friday 26th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)

Monday 29thMemorial Day- Closed

Tuesday 30th  9-10am (goats), 11-12 (chickens), 3-4pm (chickens), 5-6pm (goats)